Fun learning activities for kids at home

Welcome to Fun English Games for Kids! Find a wide range of free teaching resources that are perfect for students learning English, ESL fun learning activities for kids at home and teachers looking for ideas online.

Enjoy interactive games, classroom activities, printable worksheets and much more! Improve your English skills with a range of interactive English games covering topics such as reading, writing, grammar and vocabulary. Check out our classroom English activities that offer a range of great ideas for ESL teachers. Have fun playing classroom scrabble, who wants to be a millionaire and other fun games in your classroom.

Enjoy our free English worksheets for kids that feature printable ESL resources such as word searches, word scrambles, coloring pages, food bingo, scattergories, odd one out and more. Find printable English quizzes that cover important topics such as verbs, adjectives, nouns, synonyms and antonyms as well as general quizzes that are great for ESL classes. Learn online with instructional English videos, take time out to enjoy the lighter side of the English language with funny videos or enjoy a range of educational songs that are perfect for younger children. Enjoy funny tongue twisters, jokes and riddles while learning about idioms, palindromes, anagrams and other fun stuff.

Focus on specific English language topics such the alphabet and grammar while finding ideas for ESL lesson plans based around topics such as holidays and travel. Please forward this error screen to sharedip-13214821545. Enjoy fun science games for kids while learning more about science and technology. There’s a range of free online activities to try with something for everyone whether you’re interested in animals, plants, chemistry, biology, physics, space, magnets, electricity, forces, light, sounds, gases or other science related topics. Have fun learning online with these cool science games. It’s free and easy to use so just scroll down the page, find a game you like the look of and give it a go! Learning about living things is a very important part of science.

Humans like yourself are part of this group and the more you can learn about how your body works the better. Learn about various living things such as animals and plants, sort them into different categories and discover where they fit into the food chain. Learn how to keep yourself healthy by discovering how different exercises such as walking and running can affect your heart rate. Learn about micro organisms and why they are important to living things, spot places where you think micro organisms might be at work. Learn about how plants grow by experimenting with different conditions. Learn how living things grow and stay healthy. Use water, food and exercise to provide a human with what they need to stay healthy.

Learn what different animals eat and how it affects the size and shape of their teeth. Learn about life cycles by sorting the parts of a flower, discovering what each part does and how in contributes to the life cycle of a living thing. Learn about electricity circuits as you experiment with batteries, voltages and light bulbs. Wire them in different ways for surprising outcomes. Find out what objects magnets are attracted to and more. Learn about forces in action as you experiment how gradients, weights and resistance affect the movement of various objects.

Move light to and from objects and see what happens. Change the angles to see which way they reflect the light. Learn about changing sounds as you experiment with different musical instruments. Plucking strings of different lengths results in a variety of sounds.

Moon’s orbits as you experiment with different dates and times. Discover how long the earth takes to orbit the sun and more. Learn about friction as you experiment how the movement of vehicles responds to different surfaces and levels of resistance. Learn about electricity circuits as you experiment with conductors.

Find out what materials conduct electricity better than others. Does a mirror ball give out light or does it just reflect light from another source? Learn about the changing states of water as you experiment with different temperatures. What happens when water reaches 100 degrees? Experiment with temperature while learning about the melting points of different substances.